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    Flash 8 Calibration Is Off - Mouse Cursor clicking off point

    I have this issue using Flash 8.

    Whenever I try to click (say corners of boxes, or sides (yknow how cursor changes to grab a corner or curve etc.)

    It doesn't actually click where the cursor tip is at. It's like it's half a centimeter off which makes for a VERY annoying experience.

    It's not my tablet. Even with the mouse it does it.


    What should I do?

    Windows 10. Flash 8.

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    I also tried uninstalling and reinstallilng flash. Problem persists.

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    Make sure your DPI settings are all at the defaults, Flash 8 probably doesn't take that into account.

    You're also just a FEW versions behind, thought of upgrading?
    When your swf2exe tool just HAS to work
    there's only one choice... SWF Studio

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northcode View Post
    Make sure your DPI settings are all at the defaults, Flash 8 probably doesn't take that into account.

    You're also just a FEW versions behind, thought of upgrading?
    I realized that the mouse clicking being slightly off is in everything and not just flash.

    I will check out the DPI settings though!

    Flash 8 is free. If there's any newer version that are free I"ll try them. But there's no way I'd ever pay money every month for adobe's products.

    I've literally found a free alternative for every adobe program I used to use/pay for. Some of them being even better than adobe's products.

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